A written piece discussing models of supervision and its importance to the counselling process On entering into education about or practicing as a counsellor, an individual is committing to an ongoing process of supervision. The goal of this counselling supervision is to create a trusting environment in which developing students are able to enhance their skills and competence (Carifio & Hess, 1987; Hess, 1987; Ronnestad & Skovholt, 1993). It is a process of professional and personal development which encourages a counsellor to reach higher levels of competence. This in essence provides an environment for counsellors to discuss their work regularly with an experienced counsellor and supervisor. It is through these supervision meetings that the supervisee is able to reflect on their own practice, drawing from active counselling sessions, the practitioners own thoughts, feelings and reactions and is able to examine these and develop/adapt strategies for client work.
46). Supervision provides and heighten the counseling skill development such as conceptualization, diagnostic, intervention etc. and gives an outline for strengths and weakness of the supervisee. The supervisor also may give the supervised new approaches, this is done by the supervised conducting a counseling session, while the supervisor watches, listens, sits in or any other various forms of knowing what is happening in the session, then evaluation with the supervisee, going over the counseling session in detail and setting goals to work on and the supervisor will select the role and focus depending on the situation and selecting the most suitable approach. The supervisor is a teacher, counselor and consultant to the trainee (Pearson, 200).
Reflective practice is essential to personal development and the goals and targets put in place at performance reviews can help to focus you and give you a renewed sense of ability to succeed and achieve. If needs have been identified then additional training can be arranged to help you become more effective in your role and improve your confidence. When considering reflective practice you need to be open to ideas and criticisms of others. Your should reflect on your own work and the work of others around you. You need to be constantly thinking of ways to develop and improve your practice and be able to
In the end, final conclusions will be made, which coaching skills should I improve and how I will do it. Evaluation defined Evaluation – essential process as a means of improving performance, skills, knowledge and abilities. Both positive and negative comments of participants can be useful, because it can help to improve strengths and weaknesses of the coach. Therefore, it is very important to learn from mistakes which are made during the session, and if the coach will not learn from his experience, he will repeat the same pattern in other situation. “The term “evaluation” means the method whereby tutors measure the totality of the course process and delivery, with a view to the evaluation outcomes influencing future courses” (Cross, Robins, & Hogarth, 1999, p.104).
1. Abstract: A student’s learning style is an important tool to strengthen an individual’s interpersonal communication skill. Upon self reflection, my most effective learning style is practical application of utilizing the tools required to accomplish a new skill. Combining it with an audience is paramount to improving the boundaries of my communication potential. To be able to adapt to change depends on your interpersonal communication skills, among these are self concept (self awareness) development, perception, active listening and non verbal communication.
With this amount of accountability, administrators must ensure the academic success of their students through the effective use of supervisory practices. Many educational organizations use clinical supervision and peer coaching to help guide and encourage teachers are they grow to become proficient educators. By conducting continuous research on the supervisory practices, administrators will then have the opportunity to implement the most effective method. According to Glickman (2010), “Clinical supervision is consistent with formative evaluation; it provides nonjudgmental assistance aimed at improving the teacher’s instruction” (Glickman et al., 2010, p. 293). This supervision method welcomes “face-to-face contact with teachers with the intent of improving instruction and increasing professional growth” (Acheson, 1977, p. 304).
It’s an impact on yourself learning and knowledge you have gained. Helps you to recognise on how to what you have done well so it can be put in practice for other situations. Also means in reflecting your own values, beliefs, and experiences which will help your thoughts and ideas to share with your colleagues. Use this to gain better strength weakness so that you learn from your own mistakes and take the appropriate actions in future. Improves your basic judgement and professionally enables you to apply skills to the personal development cycle.
Having an environment where everyone is treated fairly will result in employees of H&M feel more valued, happy and more willing to give a better service. They are not like physical or technological resources; humans need to be dealt in certain ways, as they are protected by legislations and laws. • Training: In H&M there will be a invariable change of different order of products that the customers wish to purchase, for this reason the staff will have to be trained for any of these occasions. H&M manage their training system by making sure they give relevant teaching for employees to develop key skills and move up in the hierarchy. This will help bring knowledge to employees and give them the
Receive feedback from others about our behaviour our skills our values the way we relate to others about our very identity. Feedback is central to the process of reflection. Constructive feedback = essential to improve and increase the effectiveness of the service. Helps social care worker to adhere in learning and developing new skills. How people can react on constructive feedback or criticism : React : • People may react defensively.
Group supervison promotes peer support whereas one to one supervision allows appropriate person centred support and more confidential and personal issues to be discussed. Supervisions allow workers to reflect on their practice and receive support to improve the quality of their work. It should aim to decrease the chances of staff ‘burn-out,’ promote safe practice, increase work satisfaction and enhance work performance. Supervision should promote personal development which in turn, enhances quality of the service that they provide and outcomes for service users. It also makes staff feel supported which motivates them to improve the quality of their work.